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EIR ISSUES SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS that cover theories about Real Estate, Environmental Impart Reports, Land use, Resource Management, Planning, and Property Values are: Oceans, Earth, Hubble 3D, Splice, The Crazies, The Island President (2012); The Miners' Hymns (2012); Detropia (2011) is about Detroit's real estate problems! Waste Land (2010) is about recycling; Last Call at the Oasis (2012); Chasing Ice (2012) is about climate change; Urbanized (2011) the third film of Gary Hustwit's trilogy is about the decisions that go into modern city planning. Surviving Progress (2012) present civilization as a not considering resource renewability! Windfall (2012) is about wind turbines disturbing residents! The Pruitt-Igoe Myth (2012) shows the demolition of a public housing project. The City Dark (2012) is about light pollution! The Descendants (2011) is about allowing land to remain in its natural use. Frozen (2010); Up in the Air (2009) is a horid comment on traveling for strange perks! Carbon Nation (2010) witty documentary about preventing climate change. The Strange Case of Angelica (2010) is a documentary about a Finnish nuclear waste storage site called Onkalo. Mia and the Migoo (2011) is an animation about saving the forest; Final Destination 5 (2011), Senna (2011), The Darkest Hour (2011); Hellfighters (1968) is about oil well firefighters and their wives! Everybody's Fine (2009) tangentally comments on telephone lines and their possible health-damaging coating! Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2011) and Sanctum (2010) are about caves; Cool It is a 2010 documentary film based on the book of the same name emphasizes things that can be done for little money to improve ecological conditions. Even the Water (2011); Crude (2009), Whiteout (2009), 2012 (2009), Flow: For Love of Water (2008); The Road (2009), Matewan (1987) is about coal, Waterworld (1995) show a future where the polar ice caps have melted and most of Earth is underwater, The Great Global Warming Swindle (2007) (TV) possible fraudulent documentary film about sunspots influencing weather; Chinatown (1974), Water and Power (1967), (The) River (1938), The Plow That Broke the Plains (1936), The Day After Tomorrow (a possible hoax if carbon dioxide within the ocean is similar to carbon dioxide, called dry ice, and when heated goes back into the atmosphere and lightning may increase and lightning strikes in the ocean may cause more oxygen to be released into the into the atmosphere) with Dennis Quaid are somewhat about land use and water issues; COULD LIGHTNING CONSTANTLY BREAK UP carbon dioxide AND methane in the UPPER ATMOSTPHERE BECAUSE BOTH OF THESE MOLECULES MAY SEPARATE IN THE PRESENSE OF ELECTRICITY? The Simpsons Movie ( 2007) is about polluting a like; No Impact Man (2009) and Taking Woodstock (2009) may have opposite agendas; The Californians (2005) is about large homes being built in ecological or environmentally sensitive areas; Coal Bucket Outlaw (2002), Sahara with Matthew McConaughey; Julia Roberts in Erin Brockovich; Chain Reaction with Keanu Reeves, are about problems with the energy industry and its impact on the environment. Silkwood and the China Syndrome are about nuclear power plants; Titanic; Eye of the Storm; Meteor, Twister; The Hurricane; Earthquake (1974); Day After Tomorrow; Tornado! (1996, TV); The Avengers; and Vertical Limit are about weather or external events. Eminent Domain; The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal; Safe; Crash; The Towering Inferno is about fire in a highrise with Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Faye Dunaway and a cast of many memorable Hollywood entertainment powerful personalities. A Civil Action is a legal drama about toxic waste; 28 days, Quarantine, and Outbreak are about disease; Aviator, Flight of the Phoenix, The Englist Patient, Hidalgo (2004), National Treasure (2004) have desert issues; Gone in 60 Seconds (2000), The Weather Man (2005), Windtalkers (2002), Con Air (1997), The Rock (1996) are with Nicholas Cage. The Lakehouse shows some great Chicago architecture. Armageddon (1998); Deep Impact (1998); Dante's Peak (1997); Volcano (1997); Deliverance (1972); Airport (1970); Apollo 13 (1995); The Poseidon Adventure (1972); Carpool (1996); Atlantic City (1981); Sliver, The Last Emperor (1987); Fast and Furious Franchise (criminally motivated speed driving) have some environmental issues; The General Slapstick comedy about Confederate locomotive engineer (female love interest on train); The Gold Rush written and directed by Charlie Chaplin with travels up Sierra Nevada to Alaska; Die Hard is about a Los Angeles Skyscraper and terrorism; Red River with John Wayne and Montgomery Cliff about a cattle drive from Texas to the Missouri railhead. In Crossroads (1976) A-bomb explosion is seen 27 different times. Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008) and The Core explore some inner earth issues. The Great Global Warming Swindle (2007) is a documentary. City, county, state and federal planners, Government attorneys, law enforcement are often brought in to try to fix the problem with poorly designed real estate after corrupt politicians allowed the project to be built, and private lawyers often sue the government about accidents, often the leading cause of death in current industrialized nations, caused partly by unsafe design and/or the government has the cost of the accidents shifted to it as insurer of last resort. Chinatown, Paris (2009), Visual Acoustics (2008), Changling (2008), Citizen Kane (1941), The City, (Part I & II), Community Growth: Crisis and Challenge, Dark Days (USA, 2000); City Hall (1996), Dogtown and Z-Boys (USA, 2001); Escape from New York (1981), The Siege (1998/I), Inside Man (2006), The and The Bone Collector (1999), The City That Never Sleeps (1953) and While The City Sleeps (1956), and The Sleeping City (1950) may suggest that design problems enable crime or terrorism. Insurance companies for mostly vehicle accidents do not involve themselves enough in the planning or legislation process often and then may try to get judgments from lawsuits to have a limit on them. This is a very complex area of the law. However, there have been some interesting and unique decisions about denying approval of projects, especially large projects where major infrastructure changes where expected, or huge traffic congestion might result, a huge shadow would be cast, in the cities of Sacramento and Redwood City, but these are government centers or somewhat wealthy areas, likely with a more educated and politically active population. Most real estate developments are approved. A recent trend to have early design or planning review to help make sure a project is likely to conform to the general plan and/or community standards. Marwencol (2010) is one person's model town created after being in a coma.